From midyear 2017, we were contacted by our friends of the BBC Natural History Unit, but on this occasion it was a director with whom we worked in 1997 in another fascinating wildlife documentary; Mark Flowers. This time the theme was “water” and we had 3 priority destinations for filming in Peru; the Mayantuyacu boiling River, in Huanuco and humid forests of Wayquecha and Manu, in Cuzco.
Between October the 1st and the 15th , we were at these places, waking up sometimes from 3 am and passing through the most impressive landscapes of these regions, at low temperatures but with the mood and desire to achieve the quality on audiovisual material that the BBC has us used to.
For Ecologistica Peru it was a taste to meet our friend Mark and meet Richard, a cameraman with over 30 years of experience, of both, without a doubt, we learned a little more about how to assist and attend a production of this level and for large TV’s nature programs.
Thanks to our friend and collaborator in Drones; David Segurado and our logistics in transport; Manolo Figueroa, without them our team had not been full. See you next time!!!